Bruce Springsteen is hitting the stage once again.
Springsteen, 72, and the E Street band are set to play a string of U.S. shows in early 2023 before heading out on the road in Europe, followed by another batch of North American concerts, they announced early Tuesday. The U.S. arena dates, which kick off in February, have yet to be announced.
The band last played on stage together in Australia in February 2017, upon wrapping their 14-month The River Tour. They performed together on “SNL” in 2020.
“After six years, I’m looking forward to seeing our great and loyal fans next year. And I’m looking forward to once again sharing the stage with the legendary E Street Band,” Springsteen said in a statement. “See you out there, next year—and beyond.”
Following their U.S. dates, the band is set to kick off its European shows in Barcelona on April 28, followed by cities including Dublin (May 5 & 7), Paris (May 13), Amsterdam (May 25), Zurich (June 13) and Vienna (July 18). More UK and Belgium shows are slated to be announced.
Following Europe, the band is set to head out on another North American leg. Those dates and locations have not yet been announced.
The E Street Band is made up of Roy Bittan (piano, synthesizer), Nils Lofgren (guitar, vocals), Patti Scialfa (guitar, vocals), Garry Tallent (bass guitar), Stevie Van Zandt (guitar, vocals) and Max Weinberg (drums), with Soozie Tyrell (violin, guitar, vocals), Jake Clemons (saxophone) and Charlie Giordano (keyboards).
The group’s most recent album is 2020’s “Letter To You,” their 20th.Click here to leave a comment